Would you like your daughter to put down her phone & join the family again?
Are you worried she is spending too much time on social media?
I thought so.
Do you wish things could go back to the way they were before she had her phone?
Do you wish she wasn't so obsessed with social media?
Are you sick of the fights over her phone?
***You are in the right spot.***
Social Media Mindfulness was created to help girls realize how much they are missing out on when they are glued to their phones.
Social Media Mindfulness is a step-by-step, 30-day digital detox for girls just like your daughter who have become a little too obsessed with social media. More than just taking a break from social media, Social Media Mindfulness can help her:
Social Media Mindfulness is about more than taking a break from her phone... it's about helping her recognize that social media has become too much of a priority in her life & teaching her how to get her life back.
I know what a battle it can cause when you take her phone away, and while it may help in the short term, it isn't practical (or even possible) to keep her away from social media forever.
Social media isn't going anywhere, making it important to teach your daughter how to strike a healthy balance between her real life and her virtual one.
But parenting in a digital world is tough!
Social Media Mindfulness is a 30-day detox course designed to help your daughter evaluate how much time she spends on social media.
And the best part?
Social Media Mindfulness is a learning opportunity not a punishment.
You don't have to be the bad guy.
Imagine if she put her phone away during family time without having to be asked.
Imagine if she understood that her real life relationships are more important than her online ones.
Imagine if she would choose family time over hiding out in her bedroom?
Imagine if you could have your daughter back.
As a National Board Certified high school teacher and certified life coach for teens, I know firsthand how difficult life can be for a teenager. Everyday, I see girls struggle with body image issues, low self-esteem, school and academic stress, social pressures, and friendship drama. As a life coach, I help kids navigate their teen years by giving them tools and strategies that increase their self-esteem and help them make healthy decisions so one day they’ll look back and say, “I loved being a teenager.” It is my personal goal to see to it that teens have a fair shot at enjoying high school, and are able to build strong foundations that lead to happy, successful lives.
"I would encourage everyone to do the Social Media Mindfulness Course, where Jamie skillfully guides and teaches teens to be present and live in the present, without the constant 'noise' of social media. An essential course for all families with teen or pre-teen girls."
- Jessica Giuffre, Teen Wisdom Certified Coach
"Social Media Mindfulness was amazing and should be required for all teenagers. I am so thankful my daughter had the opportunity to take this class. The focus on gratitude, meaningful connections, being aware of your emotions throughout the day- all such powerful messages for our world. We had great conversations about those topics as a family, and I see my daughter using social media less than before. Thank you so much for having such a positive impact on our daughters!"
- Marcie P., mom of teenage participant
"Social Media Mindfulness is a thoughtful program and my daughter was very self-motivated to participate and journal. It was a nice opportunity to help her think about the use and impacts of social media."
- Christine, mom of teenage participant
"I enjoyed being able to connect with my daughter during Social Media Mindfulness. For example, if she needed help with her homework she didn't go straight to Google, she came to me! I learned that social media really can be addicting."
- Alexis, mom of teenage participant
"I think everyone should do Social Media Mindfulness! Living in the moment and not on social media is waht we all should be doing more of! Life is short and precious and in the end it's not going to matter how many "followers or likes," we have."
- Julie, mom of teenage participant
"My daughter and I have both grown as individuals and learned a lot about each other throughout Social Media Mindfulness. As a parent, I've learned to trust and believe in my daughter's abilities to make a decision for her own good. I loved the way we became closer by opening up about everything. Social Media Mindfulness is a great way to connect and have a full conversation about anything."
- John Doe, Co-Founder, Impressive Company
"My daughter being on her phone less and out of her room more was great to see! I was surprised to see how less stressed she looked since she wasn't worried aobut missing out."
- R.M., mom of teenage participant
"Being off all social media felt really good and refreshing for me. It cleared my mind, and the fact that I did it with my team helped because it made me feel like I wasn't all by myself and it gave me motivation to keep pushing when it got hard."
- Kayla, teenage participant
"I actually enjoyed Social Media Mindfulness! I've been meaning to do a self-detox but I couldn't seem to make myself do it so this definitely helped. I learned that social media isn't very important and I have better things to do now. Being OFF my phone is way easier to do than I thought!"
- Skyler, teenage participant
"I enjoyed replacing social media with the activities I love to do. I learned that social media is a waste of my time. I'm going to be on my phone a lot less!"
- Kayla, teenage participant
"I enjoyed how Social Media Mindfulness helped me with my awareness and mindfulness. I learned that I could go without social media when I wanted to.!"
- Dina, teen participant
"I enjoyed becoming closer with my friends and actually talking to them face-to-face! I learned that social media isn't all it's hyped up to be and that taking some time away really benefits you!"
- Lizzie, teenage participant
"It was nice not having social media because I loved not checking my phone just to scroll. It was a good reminder to live in the moment"
- Mikayla, teenage participant
"I enjoyed the journaling because it made me think deeper. I learned that it's useless to compare myself with people online. I will remember that"
- Jayne, teen participant
"Being off social media for week three really felt good... Almost like I had nothing to worry about. I have never felt that carefree before. I feel more confident knowing I don't NEED social media"
- Abigail, teenage participant
"I was scared and excited to start Social Media Mindfulness. I knew social media was toxic, but I needed a push to really detoxify myself. I overall enjoyed everything from the journals to the mindfulness tools. I really found myself during these past 4-weeks."
- Aleah, teenage participant
"I enjoyed the extra time I had in the day while I was participating in Social Media Mindfulness. I learned that the reason why I was struggling to get things done was because of my phone. I will take away that there are definitely more important things in life than my phone!"
- Mia, teenage participant